The book contains seven stories centered on women daily life and experiences, in a creative style sometimes referred to as postmodern intertextuality. The readers will find also many references to world literature and other literary genres, as well as homage to icons of popular culture.
Once again, Greity Gonzalez Rivera offers to readers stories where the woman is always the protagonist. In the words of the author herself, "There are many women within me; I'm never the same, but I feel a special fondness for the literary character of Rebecca de Winter. She was, without doubt, the perfect woman, but it was very advanced for her time and therefore, very misunderstood, and that trait is what I always try to emphasize in my heroes." Hence, it is undeniable, even from the title, the intertextual nature of this book, perhaps one could say, it is a sequel to Bovarismos.
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